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Intel goes 64-bit for MMX for mobiles
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/15/2005 05:52:00 PM.

With the boom in 3G phones and video streaming to mobile devices showing no sign of abating, Intel has said that it has developed a new version of its MMX multimedia technology for mobile devices. The new version, Wireless MMX2, offers 64-bit extensions to improve video streaming and offer better battery life to a new generation of mobile phones.
MMX2 is a set of 64-bit Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) instructions similar to the Streaming SIMD Extensions (SSE) that Intel introduced for the x86 instruction set. The MMX2 Mobile extensions work on producing packed floating-point data to provide better graphics and video and offer improved battery life.
Intel Wireless MMX2 technology will be available in future XScale-based platforms. The Intel XScale microarchitecture is based on a new core compliant with the popular ARM design commonly used in modern mobile phones.

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